Dear Parents and Carers,

High Beech is a unique learning community committed to providing a high quality Christian education for all its pupils. This is a school where children develop caring, confident and tolerant attitudes. It has a strong network of staff, parents and children who work together to make the school a happy and vibrant place.

Our vision is to provide a high-quality education where children are able to realise their full potential and to secure their future as life-long learners. The beautiful forest setting offers a unique hands-on educational experience using the outdoor environment as a classroom to develop confidence and self-esteem.

If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me by phoning the office.

Kind regards,

Sarah Roffey

Sarah Roffey

Headteacher, High Beech Church of England VC Primary School

Latest Items

Dates for prospective parent visits - Please call the office to book a place as spaces are limited
Parking - If you are parking outside on the road, please could you try to move on as quickly as possible once you have dropped your children off at school.
Coffee with Roffey 23rd September All parents with children in Acorn Class are invited to join Mrs Roffey for a cup of coffee and a chat.
We would like to welcome you all back to school following the summer break and hope you all had a good time.
I would like to thank everyone for their support over the last two terms. I have certainly enjoyed getting to know all of you and you have made me feel so welcome. I hope that you all have a restful summer.
Swimming Gala 2016 - Yet another win for our amazing swimmers! Congratulations to everyone who took part and a special thank you to Mrs Graham and Mrs Chapman.
Race for Life update on the money raised so far: An amazing £1800!! THANK YOU. We still have some unclaimed raffle prizes from Summer Fayre
Thank you so much to all of you who brought back sponsor money for our Race For Life. We have raised an incredible £1273 (so far!!)
The whole school had great fun taking part in our own Race For Life. As you can see from the photos, the children were very proud of their medals.
We had a great day enjoying the Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebrations. Also Class two had a successful trip to the Emirates Stadium.
Tower of London - Class 1 had a fun-packed day when they visited the Tower of London. Ronnie was chased by a raven and Miss Palmer had to shout at it!